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A common framework and an overall methodology for constructing the Transformational-Gender Action Plans (T-GAPs) can be shared by all implementing institutions, in order to foster a sustainable transformational change:

  • Undertaking primary data collection (mostly quantitative, through an online survey on career paths, work environments and work-life balance issues for instance)
  • Collecting and analysing quantitative secondary data
  • Reviewing national and institutional agendas, policies, procedures and practices, as well as European recommendations
  • Carrying out quantitative and qualitative assessments at the local level through site visits and/or focus groups.

Then, given the very different national settings, local cultures and types of institutions, diverse implementation strategies will need to be adopted for ensuring tailored, effective and sustainable T-GAPs.

Find below the steps and templates and how-to guides that might help you plan your actions: